Notre Dame Fighting

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University Of Notre Dame - Athletics - Other Sports
... See also Notre Dame Fighting Irish women's basketball, Notre Dame Fighting Irish men's ice hockey, and Notre Dame Fighting Irish men's lacrosse Notre ... In the first ten years that Notre Dame competed in the Big East Conference its teams won a total of 64 championships ... In 2006–07, Notre Dame's hockey team finished the regular season ranked #1 ...
Dame
... A Dame may be Dame (title), a female title of rank, equivalent to 'Sir' used as the title of a knight A title of respect for certain Benedictine nuns equivalent to the male "Dom" A pantomime dame An old word for ...
List Of Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Football Coaches
... This is a list of Notre Dame Fighting Irish football head coaches ... The Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team is the football team of the University of Notre Dame, located in Notre Dame, Indiana, United States ... Notre Dame has the most consensus national championships and has produced more All-Americans than any other Football Bowl Subdivision school ...
Shillelagh Trophy
... Shillelagh awarded to the victor of the football game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and USC Trojans since 1952 The Shillelagh Trophy (Northwestern. 1973 The Shillelagh Trophy (Notre Dame–Purdue) awarded to the victor of the football game between Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Purdue Boilermakers since 1957 ...
Shillelagh Tournament
... Division I men's ice hockey season by the Notre Dame Fighting Irish men's ice hockey program ... as tournament sponsor because of ownership changes, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish men's ice hockey program took control of the event, moving it to the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates, Illinois ... The Notre Dame Fighting Irish football program has annually exchanged the Shillelagh Trophy with the Northwestern Wildcats from 1930–c ...

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